Please answer the following Discussion Question. Please be certain to answer the three questions on this week DQ and to provide a well-developed and complete answer to receive credit. Also, please ensure to have read the assigned chapters for the current week.
Case Study, Chapter 16, Whistle-Blowing in Nursing
A student nurse asks a faculty member to explain whistle-blowing. The student nurse wants to know the work conditions that would have to be met before whistle-blowing occurs, as well as situations in which whistle-blowing is clearly indicated. The faculty member reviews key concepts with all members of the class.
1. Being a whistle-blower takes great courage and self-conviction because it requires the whistle-blower to avoid groupthink. Analyze how groupthink affects the process of whistle-blowing.
2. Discuss the pros and cons of whistle-blowing.
3. What are the key guidelines for blowing the whistle?
No minimum word count
2-3 in text citations with bibliography
Please respond to the discussion question below. To gain credit, please answer all three questions on this week’s DQ and submit a well-developed and thorough response. Also, please make sure you’ve read the current week’s assigned chapters.
Case Study, Chapter 16, Nursing Whistle-Blowing
Whistle-blowing is explained to a student nurse by a faculty member. The student nurse is interested in learning about the work circumstances that must be met before whistle-blowing can occur, as well as occasions where whistle-blowing is plainly recommended. The instructor goes through essential concepts with the entire class.
1. Being a whistle-blower demands a lot of guts and conviction because it necessitates avoiding groupthink. Examine how groupthink influences the whistleblowing process.